Aircraft Registration (Births, Deaths and Missing Persons) (Jersey) Regulations 2015

Revised Edition

03.300.10

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Aircraft Registration (Births, Deaths and Missing Persons) (Jersey) Regulations 2015

THE STATES, in pursuance of Article 53 of the Aircraft Registration (Jersey) Law 2014[1], have made the following Regulations –

Commencement [see endnotes]

1        Returns relating to births and deaths by owners of aircraft

(1)     The owner of an aircraft registered in Jersey shall, as soon as practicable but not later than 6 months after the occurrence in any part of the world of a birth or death in the aircraft, or of a death outside Jersey of a traveller on the aircraft who is killed on the journey in consequence of an accident, transmit to the Registrar –

(a)     a return of such birth or death in the form, in accordance with the instructions, and containing, so far as reasonably ascertainable, the particulars specified in –

(i)      Schedule 1 in the case of a birth, or

(ii)      Schedule 2 in the case of a death; and

(b)     in the case of a death, a medical certificate or equivalent (if any) giving the fact and cause of death in the form approved by the Superintendent Registrar.

(2)     So far as practicable, to facilitate the rendering of a return in accordance with this Regulation the pilot in command of an aircraft registered in Jersey shall, as soon as practicable, after the occurrence in any part of the world of a birth or death in the aircraft, or of the death outside Jersey of a traveller in the aircraft who is killed on the journey in consequence of an accident –

(a)     record in the journey log book or other appropriate documents relating to that aircraft, the particulars of the birth or death mentioned in paragraph (1)(a); and

(b)     make available to the owner of the aircraft –

(i)      the record mentioned in sub-paragraph (a), and

(ii)      in the case of a death, the medical certificate or equivalent (if any) mentioned in paragraph (1)(b).

(3)     Where any aircraft has been bona fide demised, let, or hired out for a period exceeding 14 days to any other person by the owner of the aircraft, and no pilot in command or other pilot, navigator, or operative member of the crew of the aircraft is in the employment of the owner, the provisions of this Regulation shall have effect as though for references to the owner there were substituted references to the person to whom the aircraft has been so demised, let, or hired out.

(4)     Where a person, being a person with respect to whom there are reasonable grounds for believing that they have died in consequence of an accident to an aircraft registered in Jersey is missing, paragraphs (1)(a)(ii), (2)(a) and (b)(i) and (3) as they apply to a death of a person shall apply with regard to such missing person.

2        Records to be kept by the Registrar

The Registrar shall keep the following records of particulars transmitted to the Registrar –

(a)     a separate record of births in the form set out in Schedule 3 in which shall be recorded the particulars of births occurring in any part of the world in aircraft registered in Jersey;

(b)     a separate record of deaths in the form set out in Schedule 4 in which shall be recorded the particulars of deaths occurring in any part of the world in aircraft registered in Jersey, and of deaths outside of Jersey of travellers on such aircraft killed on the journey in consequence of an accident; and

(c)     a separate record of missing persons in the form set out in Schedule 5 in which shall be recorded the particulars in respect of persons reported as missing persons (being persons with respect to whom there are reasonable grounds for believing that they have died in consequence of an accident to an aircraft registered in Jersey).

3        Transmission of copies of entries to the Superintendent Registrar

The Registrar shall within 7 days of the completion of an entry in any record kept by the Registrar pursuant to these Regulations cause a certified copy of such entry to be transmitted to the Superintendent Registrar.

4        Saving for father of illegitimate child

In the case of the birth of an illegitimate child, the name of any person as father of such child shall not be entered in any return or record of particulars of the birth of such child unless the mother of the child and the person acknowledging himself to be the father of the child have signed a completed return referred to in Regulation 1 as informants.

5        Citation

These Regulations may be cited as the Aircraft Registration (Births, Deaths and Missing Persons) (Jersey) Regulations 2015.

 

 

 


SCHEDULE 1

(Regulation 1(1)(a))

BIRTH

1.       Registration mark of aircraft.

2.       Date of Birth (a).

3.       Place of Birth (b).

4.       Name (c).

5.       Gender (d).

6.       Name, surname, usual residence and nationality of father (e).

7.       Profession or occupation of father.

8.       Name, surname, maiden surname, usual residence and nationality of mother (f).

9.       Profession or occupation of mother.

10.     Date and place of marriage of parents.

11.     Name, description and home address of informant (if any) (g).

12.     Signature of informant(s).

13.     Signature of person completing the return.

14.     Date (a).

Notes:

(a)     Day and month in words. Year in figures.

(b)     Actual position (if known). Otherwise approximate position, e.g. “40 miles west of Lisbon” or “over Northern France”.

(c)     Forenames in full of child.

(d)     “Boy” or “girl” as the case may be.

(e)     Forenames in full and followed by surname; surname to be written in block letters. If child is illegitimate the particulars relating to the father must not be recorded in the return unless at the joint request of the mother and of the person acknowledging himself to be the father of the child, in which case such person shall, as well as the mother, sign the completed return as an informant.

(f)      Forenames in full and married surname followed by the word “née” and the maiden surname.

(g)     The informant’s full names, relationship (if any) to the child, and full postal address should be stated. Except in the circumstances mentioned at (e) above only one person (usually the mother or father) should act as informant.


 

SCHEDULE 2

(Regulation 1(1)(b))

DEATH

1.       Registration mark of aircraft.

2.       Date of Death (a).

3.       Place of Death (b).

4.       Name (c).

5.       Usual residence at time of death (d).

6.       Gender (e).

7.       Age (f).

8.       Civil status (g).

9.       Cause of death.

10.     Name, description and home address of informant (if any) (h).

11.     Signature of informant.

12.     Signature of person completing the return.

13.     Date (a).

Notes:

(a)     Day and month in words, year in figures.

(b)     Actual position (if known). Otherwise approximate position, e.g. “40 miles west of Lisbon” or “over Northern France”.

(c)     Forenames in full, followed by surname. Surname to be written in block letters.

(d)     The full postal address should be stated.

(e)     “Male” or “Female”.

(f)      To be recorded in complete years, or in months or days.

(g)     “Single”, “Married”, “Previous marriage dissolved” or “Previous civil partnership dissolved”, “Widow” or “Widower”.


 

SCHEDULE 3

(Regulation 2(a))

RECORD OF BIRTHS IN AIRCRAFT REGISTERED IN JERSEY

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SCHEDULE 4

(Regulation 2(b))

RECORD OF DEATHS IN AIRCRAFT REGISTERED IN JERSEY

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SCHEDULE 5

(Regulation 2(c))

RECORD OF MISSING PERSONS WHO ARE BELIEVED TO HAVE DIED IN CONSEQUENCE OF ACCIDENTS TO AIRCRAFT REGISTERED IN JERSEY

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Endnotes

Table of Legislation History

Legislation

Year and No

Commencement

Aircraft Registration (Births, Deaths and Missing Persons) (Jersey) Regulations 2015

R&O.84/2015

21 October 2015

Table of Renumbered Provisions

Original

Current

None

 

Table of Endnote References



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